Staff Awards 2017 - a celebration of inclusivity, excellence, innovation, and outstanding contribution
Our Staff Award winners will be invited to the 2017 Staff Awards Dinner and commemorated in the 2017 summer graduation ceremonies.
Nominations are now being invited for this year's staff awards. Individual and Team nominations are welcomed for our three award categories, the new We Are Lancaster Award, the Pilkington Teaching Award and the Outstanding Contribution Award.
Any staff or student can nominate an individual or team by completing a nomination form. Please remember to let your nominee(s) know that you are nominating them, as their consent is required and they will need to sign the nomination form (either in hard copy or by e-signature) to indicate this. Each Staff Award is worth £1,000.The Staff Award winners will be announced at the 2017 summer graduation ceremonies and award winners are encouraged to participate. Nominations should be sent to the Staff Awards mailbox. For any queries, please call Nick Thoume in Human Resources (ext. 10614). The closing date for nominations is Tuesday 31 January 2017.
***New*** We Are Lancaster Award
The 'We Are Lancaster Award' recognises staff who personify Lancasterís values of being open, inclusive, and welcoming. These staff help promote tolerance, diversity, and unity in their approach and attitude. They enhance, celebrate, and promote Lancasterís international outlook, and/or connections with the local communities of Lancaster, Morecambe, South Cumbria and beyond. The award is open to all University staff and related to activities in Faculties, Professional Services and all other areas, whether manual, technical, administrative, managerial, research, teaching, or other academic role.Individual Nomination Form - We Are Lancaster Award
Pilkington Teaching Award - Individual and Team
The Pilkington Teaching Awards recognise excellence and innovation in teaching. Examples of excellence may include: the development of research-stimulated exemplary teaching that is open, innovative and engaging; having a significant impact on the student learning experience; raising the profile of excellence in teaching by supporting and influencing student learning; and enhancing the provision of flexible learning through enabling technologies, including distance and open learning.
Individual and team nominations are welcomed.Individual Nomination Form - Pilkington Teaching Awards
Outstanding Contribution Award - Individual and Team
The Outstanding Contribution Awards recognise performance and behaviour that is excellent, innovative, and engaging, that transcends normal expectations for a role. Activities may include engagement with Lancaster and the local community, enhancement of the student and college experience; exemplary doctoral supervision; the active transfer and exchange of knowledge; and making a key contribution to enhancing, celebrating, and promoting our international outlook.
The Outstanding Contribution Awards are open to all University staff and related to activities in Faculties, Professional Services, and all other areas, for manual, technical, administrative, managerial, research, teaching, and academic roles.
Individual and team nominations are welcomed.Individual Nomination Form - Outstanding Contribution Awards
Who assesses the nominations?
The Staff Awards Panel comprises the following membership. It will assess all nominations and decide the winners:
- Susan Armitage
- Paul Boustead
- Amanda Chetwynd (Chair)
- Stephen Decent
- Jemma Evans
- Sharon Huttly
- Vicky Tyrrell
- Tracy Walters
- Jon Whittle
- Lisa Williams
Staff Award Winners 2016
Pilkington Teaching Awards
- Adam Fish, Sociology
- Robert Davies, Psychology
Outstanding Contribution Awards
- Claire Povah, Graduate College
- Simon Mabon, Politics, Philosophy And Religion
- Rory Daly, LUMS - Careers, Alumni & Employer Relations
- Lisa Maurin, College and Student Life
Outstanding Contribution Team Awards
- Research Services Team: Claire O'Donnell, Diane Brackley, Sarah Taylor, Andrew Wilkinson, Gill Harrison, Mary McManus, Meaghan Grabrovaz, Bev Abram, and Diane Hopkins
- Library Frontline Team: Patrycja Cieslak, Annika Dahlin, Martin Duff, Joel Evans, Richard Floyd, Rachel Fox, Anthony Graham, Gillian Helm, Peter Jetson, Julie Jones, Natalia Klaaser, Joao Nunes De Almeida, Philip Timperley, Helen Bridges, Alison Cullingford, Kate Fox, Lynne Bell, Kay Bennett, Jane Bentham, Christine Murphy, Janet Preston, Diane Scholey, Pauline Scott, Janet Wildman, and Fiona Rhodes
- Web Transformation Project Team: Daren Chandisingh, Christian Cable, Sarah Parker, Neil Thomason, Bill Reid, James Smith, Neil Dodd, David Harrison, Jennifer Ellis, Richard Evans, Alison Sharman, and Lorraine Underwood
- Global Eco-Innovation Team: Dion Williams, Ruth Alcock, Nigel Paul, Andy Pickard, Anne Swarbrick, Amanda Elsworth-Ross, and Carolyn Hayes
- Higher Education Review Team: Judith Anstee, Martin Colclough, Claire Johnston, Sarah Dickinson, Jo Ward, Heather Willes, Andrew Okey, Mark Mukerji, Simon Cresswell, Paula Ainsworth, Lesley Wareing, Nancy Buckley, Rose White, and Gill Bartlett
Last updated November 2015 (Nick Thoume)
Review Date May 2016